12:35PM | 11/12/01
Member Since: 11/11/01
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The ceramic tile floor in our bathroom is unattractive. It consists of small tiles which are not uniform in size, combo of square and rectangular tiles. Since we are on a budget for remodeling, is it possible to cover the ceramic tile in our bathroom with vinyl squares? Would you recommend this?

Jay J

03:16PM | 11/12/01
Member Since: 10/26/00
782 lifetime posts
Hi kcpnyc,

Yes, I'm sure you can do as you're thinking but it won't last very long. Vinyl Tiles need to sit FLAT. No, I wouldn't recommend it. If you're considering installing a 'sub-floor' on top first, that's OK but it would raise everything else in the room that much higher. Again, I wouldn't recommend it. (Next thing you know, the toilet won't fit because it's sitting too high ...)

Save your $$$ until you have enough to do the job right. That way, you won't regret it.

My best to ya and hope this helps.

Jay J -Moderator

PS: God Bless America!


03:43AM | 11/13/01
Member Since: 03/13/00
1675 lifetime posts
If you REALLY want to cover the ceramic tiles with vinyl, I suppose you could get some levelling compound and level it first, then sand, then apply the vinyl.


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